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Mar 23, 2013 10:05pm EDT
. he comes from a science background. he teaches intellectual property and intellectual property in cyberspace as well as property law. he is prolific. most recently he has published or is about to publish " constructing the genome commons ." i am looking forward to hearing how law professors make sense of "horton hears a who." a lot of property implications in that. we will see what emerges. >> we will see the arts and then open things up -- start and then open things up. >> thank you. thank you so much. when she gets a slight up on the screen. there we go. up we should get the slides on the screen. there we go. i want to start out with a little bit of the background here. he was still writing under the name of dr. seuss. the tradetten before mark rhymes that we have heard about. it was horton's second appearance. "horton hears a who" has very much gotten the attention. the underlying social messages of the works, horton is no exception. people have talked about themes of otherness and racial equality. it resonates very strongly with the theme of the quality. the same message of
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